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Residency Success
Residency program began in 2004
and has grown to
10 Residents per year:
recurring from the legislature
7 graduated residents have rem
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the State of NM to practice Denti
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c 2 are serving in Rural location
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fragile populations (Healthcare
for the Homeless,
First Choice, etc)
2010-2011 Statistics
• 22,766 Patient
Visits
(4 clinics in Albuquerque —6 Facult
y & 10 Residents)
• 2,020 Emergency Visits
(to Clinics)
• 405 Emergency Room/Hospit
al Consults
Outreach
• Service ‘ocations around the State
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Roswell
Lordsburg
Artesia General Hospital
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SenateBill 133
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Sponsor: Senator Pete Campos
“The Health Sciences Center at the Uni
versity
of New Mexico shall conduct a study, of
the
feasibility of establishing at the universi
ty of
New Mexico a program to allow qualified
students to matriculate directly from a ba
chelor
of arts degree program to dental school
to
obtain a doctor of dental science or do
ctor of
dental surgery degree.”
Other Dental Feasibility
Studies
• “New Mexico Dental School Feasibility
Study” commissioned by Governor
Richardson and Senator Bingaman.
Written by Howard Bailit, DMD, PhD
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Costs of a Dental School
Most recent dental school under
construction East Carolina Universit
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Capital costs for construction
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(Admit approximately 50 students per yea
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Projected Annual Operating Costs
$21 mWion
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BA/DDS Program
The purpose of the BA/DDS Program is to alleviate New
Mexico’s dental
dentist shortage by assembling a broadly diverse class of stu
dents who are
committed to serving as dentists in New Mexico commu
nities with the
greatest need.
•
Recruit the “best and brightest” students to UNM, beginn
ing Fall 2013 for a
focused, customized undergraduate experience.
Attract taented high school students into dentistry, par
ticularly gifted students
from rural, dentally undeserved communities who otherwise mig
ht not become
dentists. Assure their entry into dental school.
•
Request is a commitment to 10 years of incremental and
permanent recurring
funding for a new program.
BuNd on the success of the BAIMD Program (specificall
y BA portion)
NM Dental Association supports the BAJDDS progra
m
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BA DDS Program
NEW MEXICO REGIONAL DENTAL SCH
OOL
CONCEPT
PHASED- IN INTERMEDIATE APPROACH
Phase I
BA/DDS Pre-dental undergraduate program
at UNM
Phase II
NM Regional Dental School
Affiliation with existing out-of-state dent
al school
Clinical Training
Rotations in New Mexico
Phase Ill
Dental Residency Program at UNM
Rotations in Albuquerque and throughout
New Mexico
Affiliation agreement with Regional Dental Sc
hool is
an interim step Upon funding and constru
ction of a
UNM Dental School affiliation agreements wo
uld be
discontinued.
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HSC Legislative Request
Combined BAIDDS Program
New Program Request $400,000
NM’s Unique Dental Challenges:
• 06 Denstsi 1,000 population in NM (Nation
al average is 0.8 Dentists/i ,000)
• NM Ranks in the bottom quartile in number
of dentists/i ,000 population
(904 licensed dentists live in NM; 775 active; 49%
are age 54 or older)
• 7O of ccn’sts practice within a 4 county are
a along the Rio Grande corridor
• 25 of 33 counties are Health Professional
Shortage Areas
(HPSA)
• 42% of the popuation resides in a dental
designated HPSA
• This program will mobilize UNM HSC resour
ces to address the
major oral health problems affecting New Mexica
ns.
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BA/DDS Program
Estimated Funding Requirements ’
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Residency
Dental
Pre Dental
Undergraduate
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Years 2 5
$2,000,000
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Program
Development
Year 1
$400,000
Years 6—9
$6,000,000
Year 10
$8,000,000
Contact Information
Dr. Gary Cuttrell
UNM Health Sciences Center
Novitski Hall
(505) 272-6626
[email protected] salud.unm.edu
Dr. Peter M. Jensen
UNM Health Sciences Center
1801 Camino De Salud
(505) 925-7699
pmjensen @salud.unm.edu
Kenedi T. Pollard
UNM Health Sciences Center
Novitski Hall
(505) 272-8252
ktpollard @ saludunm.edu
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Gary Cuttrell, DDS, JD
Chair, Department of Dental Medicine
Peter Jensen, DDS, MS, MPH
Director, Residency Program
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Oral Health Effects &
Determinants of Disease
Heart Disease & Stroke
Diabetes
Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes
Obesity
Respiratory Disease
Contact Information
Dr. Gary Cuttrell
UNM Health Sciences Center
Novitski Hall
(505) 272-6626
[email protected] salud.unm.edu
Dr. Peter M. Jensen
UNM Health Sciences Center
1801 Camino De Salud
(505) 925-7699
pmjensen @ saludunm.edu
Kenedi T. Pollard
UNM Health Sciences Center
Novitski Hall
(505) 272-8252
[email protected]
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